Good News for Movie, Tech, Culture, and/or Apple Fans! Sorkin to Write Jobs Movie

Jobs and Sorking. A little Photoshop goes a long way. Giveaway? No black turtleneck for Jobs.

If you’re a movie buff, or if you are fascinated by technology, or if you’re an observer of culture, or if you like Apple, then there is good news. Aaron Sorkin has signed on to write the move version of Walter Isaacson’s biography of Steve Jobs. This story has shown up in most major news [Read More...]

What Would You Do If You Got Superpowers? Green Lantern vs. Chronicle

Like father, like son, except Nathan's Superman suit was way better than mine.

When I was a young boy, I yearned for super powers. After watching The Adventures of Superman on TV, starring George Reeves as the Man of Steel, I would put on my t-shirt with a big ‘S’ on the front, tie a towel around my neck as a cape, and make every effort to fly [Read More...]

Cultivating Contentment: A Response to Enough by Adam Hamilton


Do you have enough? Are you always striving for more? What might truly satisfy you? Will you ever be content? These questions are addressed in a fine book called Enough: Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity (Abingdon, 2009/12). It was written by Adam Hamilton, senior pastor of the United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in [Read More...]

Fascinating Conversations on Faith, Politics, and Culture

Dr. Peter Berger at the Faith Angle Forum

Looking for a serious yet available discussion of Mormonism and politics? Wondering about the current state of the religion vs. science debate? Curious about how the religious world looks from the perspective of an expert in the sociology of religion? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then let me point you to [Read More...]